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Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Online)

Also available on campus.

Communication is the most important skill any leader can possess.

In our modern, tech-saturated climate of constant news and stimulation, the importance of clear, powerful communication cannot be understated. With a communication degree, you’ll be poised to mold minds, manage crises, enact change, and shape the conversations that define our world.

Become an expert communicator with Loyola’s online bachelor of arts in communication degree. In this nationally recognized, 100% online program, communication majors will develop the creative mindset, technical competency, and intellectual curiosity to provide visionary leadership in any field they choose.


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Flexible online courses taught by experts.

You’ll enjoy access to world-class resources in our communication degree program as you grow your skills and gain valuable professional experience. Upon graduation from Loyola’s online bachelor’s degree in communication, you’ll have cultivated an impressive digital portfolio showcasing your unique talents.


Degree Overview

120 credits

Bachelor of Arts in Communication


Loyola's online Bachelor of Arts in Communication degree consists of 120 credit hours, 90 of which can be transferred from other accredited colleges or universities. This degree includes:

  • 36 credits of major-specific courses 
  • 39 credits of Loyola core courses
  • 45 credits of general elective courses

Check out the University Bulletin to view further curriculum information and download a degree worksheet.

What can you do with a communication degree?


Discover your full potential.

Loyola’s 100% online bachelor of arts in communication degree program will prepare you for advanced studies or to enter the workforce in a wide range of careers, including:

  • Brand Strategist
  • Content or Technical Writer
  • PR Specialist
  • Meeting/Event Planner
  • Social Media Manager
  • Business Reporter
  • Journalist

In addition to being the recipient of numerous industry awards, The Loyola School of Communication and Design is accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ACEJMC).


Accreditation and National Recognitions

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